The Alberta wheelchair basketball team ended the round robin with a perfect 4-0 record thanks to a 64-30 win against Nova Scotia at the 2019 Canada Games in Red Deer, AB.

Competing at the newly built Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre, Team Alberta took early control of the game, showing a comfortable 24-point lead at the halftime. In the second half, Alberta continued on its pace coasting to the win.

Jalen Shannon was Alberta’s top scorer on the day, netting 18 points.

Bradon Doll, 21, of Camrose, AB is currently the tournament’s leading scorer with 80 points.

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Team Alberta will next play in the semi-finals against New Brunswick on Wednesday, February 20 at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.

Alberta won the gold medal in 1995 when wheelchair basketball was first introduced into the Canada Winter Games program. Alberta has won only two medals, gold, and bronze, since 1995.